I do think learning english is an important tool for overseas businesses, but I do not think that is the only way to be successful. I would even be bold enough to say, english is not even a necessity. To be honest with you, what people really need is the right mindset, and mentors who can coach and help them acheive what they are looking for. There are many people who know multiple languages who are not successful. English is not enough. First need the right mindset, postive attitude, skills are important also. I think 90 percent of the key is the way people think about themselves and others. Hope that helps.
We don't have a labour day in the UK, but Monday is a holiday here. It makes little difference to me because I'm not working anyway, so the only difference is that my son, Chris, won't be at school and my daughter, Shelly, won't be at work. That means that I won't be able to play my music as loudly as I like. What are you doing for the holiday?
Trips around China are fine, but surfing would not be good for me - I'm too old and I can't swim. I don't know Auli - the only place I've been to in Hubei is a brief business trip to Wuhan.
Now I'm a friend what would you like to talk about? I'm in the UK right now and will be back in SZ in about two weeks. One of my major interests is travelling within China - which Province do you caome from?
If you want to know your way around the site you'll need a guide. Start with My Page and see where that takes you. It looks like you delete your comments - that will make it harder for people to find you and talk to you.